How Do You Enroll?


To Start…

  • Log into your account at watersbenefitsnow.com
    • Note: as a new hire, you may need to wait a couple of days following your first day of employment to be able to log into your personal, secure account, using your Waters login credentials. Then you will be able to make your elections.

Next…

  • Learn about your benefits (you’ve got a head start on this one!) The Waters Benefits Now website offers numerous links, tools, and apps to help you:
    • Better understand the details of each plan
    • Compare benefits selections
    • Decide what level of coverage is right for you and your dependents
    • Make the most of your money.
  • Enroll in your benefits (as a New Hire, you’ll have 30 days)
  • Review your election confirmation statement. (And confirm it.)

This is also a good time to…

  • Review/ make changes to/sign up for your 401(k) Investment Savings Account. (Which you can do at any point during the year on 401k.com.)
  • Review/ update your Health Savings Account (HSA) contribution. (Which you can also do throughout the year on WatersBenefitsNow.com.)
  • Designate your beneficiaries.

Want Some One-On-One Assistance?

Contact the Waters Benefits Now Call Center at 1-866-994-5111.

What Kinds of Benefits Does Waters Offer?


To help you find the right work/life balance, Waters has designed a benefits package that helps:

  • Cover your health costs
  • Improve your finances
  • Encourage growth, both personally and professionally

To help protect your paycheck, Waters provides some benefits automatically, at no cost to you:

  • Basic Life
  • Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D)
  • Short-Term Disability
  • Long-Term Disability
  • Business Travel Accident Insurance

Other benefits are optional (aka voluntary plans). These benefits will cost you something, but any costs you pay are either:

  • Shared between you and Waters-with Waters paying the larger share and/or
  • Significantly reduced-courtesy of Waters

As you think about which benefits selections are right for you, consider both the advantages each one offers and their corresponding costs, including:

  • Your per-paycheck costs
  • Any likely additional costs you’ll need to cover yourself
  • What your costs would be in a worst-case scenario
FYI: I’ll be there at Enrollment to help you choose a medical plan.